He called himself the King of Kowloon and, for almost half a century, he used his misshapen Chinese characters to wage a calligraphic campaign claiming his dominion over Hong Kong. Journalist Louisa Lim grew up in Hong Kong, surrounded by traces of the king, who was first known as a crank, then an artist and finally a most unlikely icon. As she followed his trail, she uncovered a legacy of resistance, she found her city anew. Then she lost it forever.
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In this final episode of The King of Kowloon, Hong Kong is being remade at warp speed. In this national security era, its politicians have been jailed and its citizens are moving overseas into exile. Yet even in this new age, there is a resurgence in... more
On June 9, 2019, Hong Kong convulses, as a million people march on the streets in protest against a proposed extradition law. The King had used his misshapen calligraphy to speak of dispossession, and now his descendants are doing the same. Millions ... more
The King of Kowloon is an old man now; lying frail in a hospital bed. Outside, on the streets, there is trouble. A protest at the demolition of Queen's Pier, then another at a street famous for printing wedding cards. Popular anger coalesces around t... more
Started this series with “The Somerton Man Mystery”. I have to say this was one of the least satisfying podcast series I have ever listened to. The episodes are short, but even then they contain a lot of filler: time spent repeating what you heard in previous episodes, and drawn out explanations of things that were either obvious from the start or could have been stated in a succinct few sentences. In the end we have a mystery with a lot of questions and few answers—we get a few (possible) cl... more
Superficial shallow insights. Like it was presented by teenagers.
I really wanted to like this but it is shallow, overly reactionary, on behalf of a host that seems far too naive on the world of beauty to be hosting. Very out of touch.
E4 of face value seems to stop at approx 9 mins in and automatically jumps back to E3, it’s done this about 3 times for me, I’d be keen to hear the end of the series, kinda frustrating!
I have listened to the first 2 episodes of ‘face value’. Could not bring myself to listen to the third episode. more
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